All Dressed in White
Kensington Publishing Corporation, 1999 - Fiction - 250 pages
Where better to celebrate the season of romance than Regency England, when well-bred young ladies may be swept away by unlikely suitors and find themselves whispering wedding vows. Three beloved authors offer enchanting stories of spirited women and the men they were born to love.
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